This week's topic is:
Top Ten settings I'd like to see more of...
New Hampshire - I live in New Hampshire and love recognizing places in books (who doesn't?) There aren't too many NH books though Love & Leftovers is a good one. I will settle for more New England in general.
Canada - Scott Pilgrim I love you.
Wonderland - I want more of this. I want sequels of epic proportions. I love Wonderland!
Farms - Farms are so versatile. They can be kind of creepy like The Murder Farm or Never Let You Go or they can be like Greyhound of a Girl or Dark Water or lots of other books that are fun. Lots can happen on a farm is all I'm saying.
Road Trips - Yes, yes and yes. What is there not to love about road trips. I mean from Amy & Roger's Epic Detour to Perfect Escape there is just so much that can happen on a road trip. It's a great time to really dig deep.
Cars - Completely different from a road trip. I'm think epic quests like in Sparks. I spent a good deal of my teenage life just driving around having a blast.
Cabins (Secluded) - I'm a sucker for a book that can give you chills and when secluded cabins are involved, you know you're in for a treat.
Airplanes - The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight. Need I say more?
Underwater - Mermaids, Sirens, Mermaids, Narwhals, Sea Creatures; I just love the magic of the water and want more.
The Broke and the Bookish is a group of college aged and twenty somethings that have an unhealthy obsession with reading and would spend every last penny on books even if it meant skipping a few meals. We are the people who lurk in the library, buy handbags based on how many books can be stashed in them, and who refer to characters in books as if they are personal friends.We sought after other bookish college students to share in our love for reading and were brought together by the College Students group on Goodreads that was created in September 2008. Our desire to share great books with each other in and our tendency to be opinionated and passionate about all things book related naturally led to the birth of The Broke and the Bookish in June 2010.